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    • Corporate priorities and B20Informer September 27, 2012 Catherine MINARD International Director
    • Overview of the B20Who are we?  Representative and significant private business organizations from the G20 countriesWhere does the term “B20” come from?  Business version of the G20 summit  Became a mirror of the G20 in 2011 in Cannes  Business representation ensured from all the G20 countriesWhat is our force?  Broad-based business federations acting as the leaders  Representativeness and legitimacy  Practical and realistic recommendationsWhat is our main objective?  Contribute to global growth and job creation
    • Role of the B20 CoalitionRole:  Unique and legitimate voice  Representativeness of all sectors and sizes  Continuum of agendas  Source of proposals  Forum of discussion and assetsObjectives:  Engage business in concrete actions  Influence policy makers  Enforce our status as the main business interlocutor of the G20
    • Top corporate prioritiesNext B20 Summit: St-Petersburg, September 2013Overall objective: achieving balanced economic growthTop priorities:  Financial system stability  Global governance  Anti-corruption  Trade and investments  Infrastructure development  Green growth and innovation  Job creation and improving social and labor policies